Try to imagine the Swiss Army knife of interiors, compact and packed with functionality. Yet there's no Alp in sight. This pool house is in Toronto. A clean-lined pavilion today, the mid-century structure was an outdated eyesore, the victim of haphazard renovations, when its owners brought in the architecture firm +Tongtong.
Two piece makers combine design with imagination to complete architectural puzzles Enter the studio of Filo Timo and you are instantly immersed in the sights and sounds of creation. The Junction Triangle space crackles with buzz-sawing and welding.
Most people leave the tiles for last. If you're building a new home or renovating an old pile, the big spatial considerations take precedence over the final finishes. But one house in Vancouver reverses the order of things, turning the tile treatments into the main attraction.